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The fundamental question underlying this debate is at what age or develop­ mental stage can youth begin to make intelligent, mature decisions about their health and well being. What attitudes, behaviors, and experiences define a young person as "mature" enough to comprehend the intricacies of language, proce­ dure, and treatment regimes of the medical world? In addition, once they were to make such a deci­ sion, do young persons have the ability to under­ stand the short- and long-range consequences both for themselves and for their families?

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Have you ever been pregnant? no yes If yes, how many times? What was your decision regarding pregnancy? Figure 1 {continued) 39 Robert W. Blum and Carol Runyart 40 tion about patients and also function as an educa­ tional tool by providing patients with a written summary of the health care encounter. To facilitate this latter aspect, the form has been printed on NCR paper so that an extra copy is available for the patient's own records. tient can be quickly and sensitively identified. Al­ though not all visits require such a thorough selfreported history, it has proven to be a useful tool for use on a periodic basis in our clinics.

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